Be Compassionate, Be Creative, Be Enthusiastic, Be Inspired,  BE VALLEY  

 

Be Compassionate, Be Creative, Be Enthusiastic, Be Inspired,  BE VALLEY  

PTA Newsletter

                                 Newsletter for March
 April 16 - Open positions to be voted on for upcoming year
Volunteers needed to fill these openings:
VP of Fundraising
Hospitality
Spirit Wear
Pumpkin Decorating
Turkey Bingo- 2 people
Teacher Appreciation
Christmas Shop

 

 

Coming Up

Follow us on Twitter   @MPSValley

PTA Remind 101  (click to sign up)

March 23 - Literacy Carnival 6-7:30 MHS Commons area

March 24PreK & Kindergarten Round Up
at MHS Commons from 4-7 pm

March 23-27 - Relay for Life Coin Drive

March 27 - Character Assembly
March 27 - Relay for Life Hat Day

March 28 - Book Fair at Barnes & Noble
(click for details)
Kilpatrick Turnpike at May exit
9:00 A.m.11P.m.

March 30 - Rally at the Capitol (click for details)

April 2 - Valley Family Skate BONUS NIGHT
Your $5 admission returns to Valley!!

April 9 - Mustang Job Fair  4:00-7:00 PM

April 14-17 -  Third grade OCCT testing

April 21-24 - Fourth Grade OCCT testing

  Mustang Valley PTA


The mission of Great Expectations is to motivate, inspire, and challenge individuals to achieve excellence in learning and living.


Valley PTA Remind 101
PreK-K Roundup
Mustang Schools Job Fair
Mustang Schools holds support, certified job fair 

 

Mustang Public Schools is holding its annual certified and support job fair from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., Thursday, April 9. Anyone interested in a position from teachers and counselors to child nutrition and bus drivers is welcome to this come-and-ago event where potential applicants will have the opportunity to speak with principals and administrators in charge of hiring. Even if a position is not open, but candidates want to be considered for future openings, they are encouraged to attend. 

 

The job fair will be held at the Mustang High School Commons, 801 S. Snyder Drive. All applicants should bring multiple copies of their resume. Please fill out the online application before attending. To fill out an application or see a list of current openings for certified and support, stop by the district website, www.mustangps.org and click on the employment tab. 
Teacher of the Year

Mrs. Brandy Wheatley
named Mustang Valley's
Teacher of the Year

 

 

  • Word of the Week
    Cooperation - working together
  • Quote of the Week
    "No one can whistle a symphony.  It takes a whole orchestra to play it."  H.E. Luccock
  • Behavior of the Week
    Treat materials and equipment properly.
 

BE Valley
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Mustang Valley is proud to be named an Oklahoma Tiered Intervention System of Support (OTISS) grant recipient. OTISS is Oklahoma's model for identifying and addressing academic and behavioral difficulties that interfere with student success. The Valley OTISS team consists of Jill Mitchell (principal), Jennifer Young (assistant principal), Judy Bruce (reading specialist), Lesha Taylor(counselor), Birdie Farnsworth (counselor), Donna Solomon (primary teacher rep), Bekah Hull (upper teacher rep), and Julie Muse (special education teacher rep). Please contact one of the above team members for additional information.

Learn more at http://www.ok.gov/sde/oklahoma-tiered-intervention-system-support-otiss

Yearbook Order Online

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Great Expectations Model School

 

MUSTANG VALLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ACHIEVES GREAT EXPECTATIONS MODEL SCHOOL STATUS

Mustang Valley Elementary School recently achieved the prestigious honor of being named a Great Expectations Model School. The school’s principal, faculty, and staff worked diligently to accomplish this impressive goal.

 

 

Mustang Valley Elementary is a showcase for the rewarding benefits that Great Expectations provides students, faculty, staff, parents and the community, and it will be visited by other schools/districts. Great Expectations schools have a culture of respect and high academic achievement. "The school is truly a shining star in the community, state, and nation. The staff and faculty are to be highly commended for their efforts. We are overjoyed to add them to our list of ‘Showcase Schools’," said Dr. Linda Dzialo, President and CEO of Great Expectations.

The Great Expectations Program, founded in 1991, is a scientifically-based research

educational reform model that is bringing major change and innovation to PK-12 public and

private school classrooms in Oklahoma and beyond. The program represents an approach to learning that empowers teachers to expect and to get the best from students; it rekindles the excitement of discovery among both students and teachers, and it pushes everyone involved to greater heights of achievement.

The basic principles of the program are: high expectations for students, a learning climate based on mutual respect between student and teacher, student self-esteem, a belief that all students can learn, positive teacher attitude, and highly skilled and knowledgeable teachers who inspire and enable students to achieve success. Over 40,000 educators have been trained in the GE Methodology. There are currently 105 GE Model schools in Oklahoma, Texas and Kansas.

More information about the program can be found at www.greatexpectations.org or by calling 918-444-3744.


Mustang Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex/gender, age, disability, or veteran status. Inquiries concerning application of this policy may be referred to the Mustang Public Schools Compliance Coordinator, 906 S. Heights, Mustang, OK 73064 or (405) 376-2461.